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Besides, you are having a go at me for expressing my opinion; the way you have responded is not only unjust but also arrogant.
uh, what? i am sorry if it appears arrogant - my aim was just to show that it is unfair to judge someone so vehemently. i am not looking down on you for your opinion but you are looking down on someone's life choice.

i am not having a go at you for expressing an opinion, i just happen to disagree with your viewpoint here.

anyway, the whole point of this thread is littlelucy's interview - just be positive, yourself and good luck!
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Education Studies is unworthy.
In whose standards?
I can't believe what are p**** you are. You're showing yourself to be an arrogant, little ****.
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Education Studies is unworthy.
Quite useful for anyone wanting to become a teacher though :rolleyes:
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In whose standards?
I can't believe what are p**** you are. You're showing yourself to be an arrogant, little ****.

I agree with Bigcnee. I doubt you have any appreciation of the course content to be able to constructively comment anyhow. I feel sorry for you.....lil 16yr old twiglet
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Education Studies is not worthwhile. You might as well study your 'main subject'. Moreover, Route 1 does not even qualify you to become a teacher and you '[do not even] step into a classroom'. Homerton used to be a teacher training college. Enough said.
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I doubt you have any appreciation of the course content to be able to constructively comment
Isn't that just typical of your arrogance?
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Education Studies is not worthwhile. You might as well study your 'main subject'. Moreover, Route 1 does not even qualify you to become a teacher and you '[do not even] step into a classroom'. Homerton used to be a teacher training college. Enough said.
T'is a matter of personal preference though. Maybe some people are actually interested in 'education studies'.

Btw, there's nothing wrong with being a teacher
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T'is a matter of personal preference
Which is why I'm entitled to my opinion.

Oh no, hang on, I'm not. You see, being sixteen precludes me from being allowed to have opinions on higher education. </sarcasm>
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